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ФАО проводит оценку деятельности, реализации проектов, программ, стратегий и политики и предоставляет объективную, достоверную, основанную на фактах информацию, которая является полезной для своевременного включения в процессы принятия решений. Ниже приведены краткие описания оценок различных программ и проектов ФАО, проведенных в последнее время:

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Evaluation of the project “Strengthening the role of women in peacebuilding through natural resources management at the community level in the rural areas of the governorates of Sana’a and Lahaj in Yemen”

07 June 2021
Women have traditionally played a role in water conflict resolution in rural areas. The most transformative change the project has achieved is the institutionalization of this role through the Water User Associations (WUAs) so that women gain further acceptance within their communities. The evaluation found that FAO and IOM should further explore the catalytic effect of this project in sustaining local peace prospects, particularly with an enhanced role for women in conflict resolution, and should build a necessary link to [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the humanitarian–development–peace nexus 2014–2020

07 June 2021
The Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the humanitarian–development–peace (HDP) nexus revisits and brings together in a coherent narrative the many approaches of conflict management and peace-sustaining work carried out over the years on natural resources management and rights-based frameworks. At the same time, it analyses the body of work developed through emergency activities, in crisis and conflict contexts – shaped by the ever-stronger recognition of the need to focus on longer-term resilience. The evaluation recognizes that the heart of FAO’s work [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s support to climate action (SDG 13) and the implementation of the FAO Strategy on Climate Change (2017)

04 March 2021
The evaluation of FAO’s contribution to Sustainable Development Goal 13 (SDG 13), including an assessment of the implementation of FAO’s Strategy on Climate Change (2017), was carried out in 2020 and was both summative and formative. The evaluation found that FAO has made relevant contributions to SDG 13, the Paris Agreement and Sendai Framework by enhancing national capacities for adaptation and resilience to climate change, through knowledge products, tools, guidance and by mobilizing climate finance. Besides, FAO was key to inclusion [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s country programme in Sierra Leone 2012–2019

26 February 2021
The agriculture sector in Sierra Leone accounts for 60 percent of GDP and 58 percent of total employment. More than 58 percent of the country’s population live in rural areas and 86.1 percent of this population are engaged in smallholder subsistence agricultural production. Ten years of civil conflict and the Ebola epidemic in 2014 negatively affected food security and the country’s overall socio-economic situation. This evaluation aims to identify lessons learned and provide strategic recommendations on how FAO programmes can be [...]

Evaluation of the FAO cooperation program in Colombia 2015–2019

22 February 2021
The evaluation covers FAO's cooperation program in Colombia under the Country Programming Framework 2015–2019. The report assesses FAO's strategic positioning in Colombia, the level of achievement of planned results, and provides perspectives to guide future cooperation between FAO and the Government of Colombia. The evaluation is directed at the Government of Colombia, the staff of the FAO office in Colombia and its partners that supported the program, such as the Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, and relevant [...]

Evaluation of FAO/USAID Emerging Pandemic Threats Programme – Phase II (EPT-2)

10 February 2021
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has been involved in the Emerging Pandemic Threats Programme (EPT-2), funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) since 2014. The programme sets out to minimize impact of existing global pandemic threats and to detect, respond to and improve prevention of emerging threats. Implementation of this programme at FAO has been carried out through 20 projects with efforts concentrated in 36 countries in Africa and Asia. It builds upon [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s role and work on antimicrobial resistance (AMR)

03 February 2021
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is the ability of microorganisms to fight antimicrobial compounds, reducing the efficacy of treating diseases in humans, animals, and plants. AMR risk is outpacing human population growth, owing to misuse of antimicrobials in large quantities in food systems, and is a serious threat to food security and sustainable development.   FAO, with the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), is supporting countries in developing and implementing their One Health [...]

Evaluation of FAO's country programme in Tunisia 2016–2020

01 February 2021
The evaluation of the FAO country program in Tunisia (2016-2020) examines the relevance of FAO's strategic positioning in relation to the country's priorities and the Organization's comparative advantages as well as FAO's contributions to expected results in the five priority areas of the Country Programming Framework (CPF) and FAO's strategic objectives. It is primarily addressed to the Government of Tunisia, the FAO Country Office and their technical and financial partners for the purposes of strategic guidance, enlightenment for decision-making and [...]

Evaluation of the FAO response to the crisis in the Lake Chad Basin 2015‒2018

30 January 2021
Forty-nine million people live in the Lake Chad region, exploiting its rich natural resources and relatively constant supply of water, fodder and fertile land all year round. The area used to be a food production hub, with local markets supplying produce to Cameroon, Chad, the Niger and Nigeria. However, poor natural resource management, poor coordination across the different countries of the region, and the widespread impact of climate change have contributed to the significant deterioration of the Lake’s natural ecosystem [...]

Evaluation of the project “Strengthening the adaptive capacity and resilience of rural communities using micro watershed approaches to climate change and variability to attain sustainable food security in Cambodia”

29 January 2021
Cambodia is among the Least Developed Countries that continue to struggle with serious environmental issues, among which are climate change, water resources and land degradation. The project, implemented from 2014 to 2020, contributed to build the adaptive capacity of rural communities and reduce their vulnerability to climate change through micro-watershed management and climate resilient agriculture practices through interventions at national, sub-national and community levels. It was designed to address barriers at all levels (local to national) stemming from lack of [...]